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Wrapped in a jacket and towels, my feet half submerged in a rising puddle as the rain buckets down, I thought I’d missed every strike. Soaked from head to foot,…

Read the PostSneaky Strike

On a recent trip back to my home state of South Australia, I spent some time with my Grandmother and before long, talk had turned to our creative endeavours. Shutter…

Read the Post21st Century Time Capsule

Yesterday I spent the day filming and bodyboarding with good mate Sam Squires and we were treated to one of those memorable days at Knights Beach, Pt Elliot. Not the…

Read the PostAfterglow

Photographic equipment has evolved to a point where technology has made everything so much easier and more accessible to consumers, but at the same time, seems to have taken away…

Read the PostShooting 35mm

I’ve always been a sucker for the newest piece of gear, the latest gadget and it’s amazing how far we’ve come in such a short time. Last week however, I…

Read the PostLost and Found

I walked down to the beach this morning and was greeted by these dredging little suckers straight onto the sand. How could I possibly resist another flap around in the…

Read the PostSo Much Fun

So what do you do when there’s no surf and the conditions turn to mush? Flap around in the shallows, mind surf and stick your head into anything that even…

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Over the past few weeks, I’ve been shooting interviews for a little independent documentary project. Everyone I’ve spoken with has a connection to the ocean to some degree and I…

Read the PostFree Dive

How’s this for a camp site… As part of a 7 day trek though the Andes on route to Machu Piccu, we hiked through Mt Salkantay via it’s highest pass…

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The sound of lapping waves on the sand, the smell of salty sea spray, hell even the stench of rotting seaweed, I could never live far from the ocean. This…

Read the PostRotting Seaweed

A few years back, I took off to Yorke Peninsula with Mike Hemus and Mark Tipple, to shoot a little feature for The Underwater Project. Unfortunately the water was too…

Read the PostMurky Waters

My love of photography and cinematography began in the ocean, capturing images of fellow surf riders doing what we all love so much. It seems to be a fairly common…

Read the PostShoot the Shooter

Just the other day I was talking to good mate and fellow bodyboarder/photographer Luke Greaves, about how technology has changed the face of bodyboarding as we remember it. In the…

Read the PostChanging Landscape

In early 2001, wanting nothing more than to surf every day, I packed everything I owned into the trusty wagon and headed east. With barely enough money to live for…

Read the Post$20 per week

After my previous lightning photo, I thought it only appropriate to upload this one. This photograph was taken back in 2004 on 35mm, but the roll of film disappeared… until…

Read the PostLightning Fail

Shooting lightning can be one of the most frustrating forms of photography, but for this very reason, the most rewarding. Patience, perseverance and a side dish of luck, all play…

Read the PostPerfect Storm